Every once in a while, we come across a restaurant that transports us to another world. The Boiler Chino Hills (4665 Chino Hills Pkwy, Unit I, Chino Hills, CA) is that such restaurant.
Their pan roast, gumbo, jambalaya, and étouffée instantly transport us to Louisiana. Best of all, our favorite comfort foods can be enjoyed in The Boiler Chino Hills, humidity-free.
The Broiler is known for their steam kettle cooking. Their signature dishes are cooked in individual jacketed steam kettles and are served piping hot with a scoop of white rice. We recommend sitting at the counter for a front row view of the action. Dinner portions can be shared by two (i.e. one normal-sized human and one very small human), but we doubt you will want to. We are also huge fans of their calamari, which is nice and meaty.
The menu expands on that of Las Vegas’ Oyster Bar. We love that Vegas-worthy restaurants are now here in our community, and the 1000+ Yelp reviewers of The Boiler Chino Hills seem to also agree.
Spotlight Dish: House Pan Roast
BVO Tip: When choosing the heat level of your steam kettle dish, opt for a higher heat level for cream-based dishes (i.e. House Pan Roast) than you would for roux-based dishes. Cream will reduce the spice level of the dish.
About BVO Eats! — Every month, BVO Eats! will feature a restaurant in Chino Hills and highlight a spotlight dish. The purpose is not to provide a comprehensive review, but to introduce our readers to some of our favorite eateries in this wonderful city. We love exploring our local community — what better way of doing this than eating?